Houses

Slobodina House

E.D. Slobodina House  (late 19th century)
From Podlipnoe Village, Velikodvorsky Rural Area, Totma District
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1979 in the course of a field survey of the Totma and Nyuksenitsa Districts. In 1987, it was moved onsite the museum.

Kochkin House

I.I. Kochkin House (second half of the 18th  century)
From the village Andreevskaya, Markushevsky Rural Area, Tarnoga District
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1982 in the course of a field survey of the Tarnoga District. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1987.

A.E. Bolotova House

A.E. Bolotova House (late 19th – the early 20th centuries) 
From the village Korolevskaya, Nizhneuftyugky Rural Area, Nyuksenitsa District.
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1979 in the course of a field survey of the Totma and Nyuksenitsa Districts. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1985.

M. N. Popov House

M. N. Popov House (early 19th century - 1862)
From the village Ivanovskaya, Nizhne-Uftyug Rural Area, Nyuksenitsa District.
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1979 in the course of a field survey of the Totma and Nyuksenitsa Districts. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1991.

N.M.Yurov House

N.M.Yurov House (late 19th century)
From the village Kriulya, Markushevsky Rural Area, Tarnoga District.
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1982 in the course of a field survey of the Tarnoga District. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1993. 
The N.M. Yurov House is a  house -cattle yard built in one row with a six-wall residential section - "twin rooms" (izba+summer izba) and a cattle yard of the same width. 

A.I. Popova House

A.I. Popova  House (late 18th century)
From the village Vnukovo, Velikodvorsky Rural Area, Totma District.
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1979 in the course of a field survey of the Totma and Nyuksenitsa Districts. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1988.

A.I. Ulanov House

A.I. Ulanov House (late 19th  – the early 20th  cent.)
From the village Zarechye, Nizhne-Uftugsky Rural Area, Nyuksenitsa District.
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1981 in the course of a field survey of the Nyuksenitsa District. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1991. 

L.G. Zhukov House

L.G. Zhukov House (late 18th century)
From the village Kalinino, Kalininsky Rural Area, Totma District.
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1979 in the course of a field survey of the Totma and Nyuksenitsa Districts. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1988. It was transferred to the museum in 1988.

U.Y. Pudova House

U.E. Pudova House (late 18th century)
 From the village Malchevskaya, Nizhne-Uftugsky Rural Area, Nyuksenitsa District
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1989 in the course of a field survey of the Totma District. It was transferred to the museum premises in 1990.

V.N. Kopylov House

V.N. Kopylov House (1881)
From the village Korostilevo, Korobitsino Rural Area, Syamzha District.
Specialists of the Spetcproectrestavratsia Institute (Moscow) identified the building in 1980 in the course of a field survey of the Syamzha District. It was transferred to the museum premises in 2009.

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